HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Chesapeake Sheriff’s Deputy Jenis Leroy Plummer Jr. Arrested for Smuggling Heroin into Jail

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HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Chesapeake Sheriff’s Deputy Jenis Leroy Plummer Jr. Arrested for Smuggling Heroin into Jail

NORFOLK, Va. – A Chesapeake Sheriff’s Deputy was arrested Feb. 8, 2019, on charges related to his role in smuggling heroin into the Chesapeake City Jail.

Chesapeake Sheriff Deputy Jenis Leroy Plummer charged with smuggling in and selling heroin at the Chesapeake Va. City Jail.

According to allegations in the indictment, from July 2017 through January 2019, Jenis Leroy Plummer Jr., 35, as a Chesapeake Sheriff’s Deputy at the Chesapeake City Jail, conspired with conspirators to smuggle heroin and other contraband into the Chesapeake City Jail. The indictment alleges that on Oct. 19, 2018, Plummer drove to a cul-de-sac on Horse Run Drive in Chesapeake and picked up a package containing contraband that a conspirator had left for him to retrieve.

The cul-de-sac show above on Horse Run Drive, was the pickup point for Plummer to retrieve heroin to transport to an inmate in the Chesapeake City Jail, say prosecutors. Plummer is out on $5,000 bond.

On that same day, Plummer used his position as a Chesapeake Sheriff’s Deputy to smuggle the contraband to an inmate in the jail. Plummer used his position as a Chesapeake Sheriff’s Deputy to obtain funds that he was not entitled to receive.

Prosecutors said that the Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office has provided significant assistance and full cooperation during the investigation.

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Plummer is charged with:

  • conspiracy to distribute and
  • possession with intent to distribute heroin,
  • conspiracy to obtain property under color of official right,
  • and a separate count of obtaining property under color of official right.

 If convicted of all counts in the indictment, he faces a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison. Actual sentences for federal crimes are typically less than the maximum penalties. A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after taking into account the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.

G. Zachary Terwilliger, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, and Martin Culbreth, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Norfolk Field Office, made the announcement. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Joseph DePadilla and Melissa E. O’Boyle are prosecuting the case.

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